35 Burst results for "Geological Survey"

Quake Shakes Part of East Indonesia, People Warned off Beach

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Quake Shakes Part of East Indonesia, People Warned off Beach

"A strong shallow undersea earthquake has shaken parts of eastern Indonesia for U. S. Geological Survey says the quake was centered around six miles under the sea shallow quakes tend to cause more damage however the movement's cracked some walls and sent panicked coastal residents in Madhuku puffins to higher ground officials however say this little threat the largest tsunami although the sea level rose about one point five feet probably due to an on the water I will launch Indonesia is frequently struck by earthquakes and volcanic eruptions because of its location on the ring of fire an arc of volcanoes and fault lines in the Pacific basin I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Stops Erupting After Months of Lava

WBZ Overnight News

00:11 sec | 3 weeks ago

Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Stops Erupting After Months of Lava

"For now. The U. S. Geological Survey says the volcano pause producing new lava after erupting for months and creating a new lava lake at its summit. This is CBS News,

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Indonesia Earthquake Kills at Least 7 People

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

Indonesia Earthquake Kills at Least 7 People

"Main island of Java yesterday. U. S Geological Survey said it had a magnitude of six. Local officials say At least seven people were killed and hundreds of buildings were damaged. This is the second major disaster in Indonesia in a week. Last Sunday, at least 7 170 people died in landslides and flash floods caused by a tropical cyclone. Thousands of people are still out of their

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Series Of Quakes Rattle Beaumont, East Of Los Angeles

Valida

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Series Of Quakes Rattle Beaumont, East Of Los Angeles

"In Southern California this morning. And while the shakers was especially strong The U. S Geological Survey says the magnitude four point Oh hit at 4 44. This morning It was centered near Lenox sort of in the Inglewood area that followed two earlier quakes in the same area. The first magnitude 3.3 at about 4 15, a second smaller joke came a minute later. Have been no reports of any significant damage of any injuries, but it's still too early to know what the impact has been. Meanwhile,

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Shaking Reported From Boston To Rhode Island Not An Earthquake, USGS Says

WBZ Morning News

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Shaking Reported From Boston To Rhode Island Not An Earthquake, USGS Says

"They felt the ground shaking not only in Massachusetts also in Rhode Island earthquake. Nope. The U. S Geological Survey received more than 100 reports of an earthquake from north of Boston to the Rhode Island coast. Hundreds were on social media. But the USGS says Nothing was detected. They say an earthquake felt over such a large area would have been a magnitude strong enough to be on their radar. It wasn't They say it might have been either a sonic boom likely caused by an aircraft with some other atmospheric event. 907 to

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Earthquake warning system to go live in Washington State

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Earthquake warning system to go live in Washington State

"New technology that could give people crucial seconds warning of an impending earthquake will go live in Washington state May 4th the U. S Geological Survey says the implementation of the shake alert system here will mean the entire West Coast to be covered by the technology. Using seismic sensors, The system can detect the initial waves generated by an earthquake and quickly calculate an estimated location, strength and time of arrival. It will then send an automated alert to cell phones and other emergency broadcast outlets to give residents Few to perhaps several seconds of lead time to drop down C cover and hold on for when the shaking

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Shakealert Earthquake Early Warning System Going Live in Washington State

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Shakealert Earthquake Early Warning System Going Live in Washington State

"In just over a month. New technology that can give people a crucial early warning of it. Impeding earthquake will go live in Washington state details from Como's Bill O'Neill, the U. S Geological Survey says the implementation of the shake alert system here may 4th will mean the entire West Coast to be covered by the technology. Using seismic sensors. The system can detect the initial waves generated by an earthquake and quickly calculate an estimated location strengthen time of arrival of the main shaking event. It will then send an automated alert to cell phones and other emergency broadcast outlets to give residents of few to perhaps several seconds of lead. Time to drop down, Seek cover and hold on for one, the shaking arrives. Honor perform 1/4 You want to check your phone to ensure While this emergency alerts are turned on, the network will go live at 65% completion, with additional sensors being placed across the region over the next few

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Japan Earthquake Is Followed by Tsumani Warning

RMWorld Travel Connection with Robert & Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Japan Earthquake Is Followed by Tsumani Warning

"Warnings went off after a strong earthquake in northern Japan, shaking even buildings in Tokyo and triggering a tsunami advisory for part of the northern coast. U. S Geological Survey put the strength of the quake. A magnitude seven point, Oh, and centered off the coast of the Miyagi Prefecture in the country's rugged northeast, which was heavily damaged during the huge earthquake and tsunami of 2011 that left more than 18,000 people dead.

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Strong quake shakes Japan; no immediate reports of damage

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Strong quake shakes Japan; no immediate reports of damage

"Warning has been issued after Japan is rattled by very strong earthquake. Today, local media is reporting waves of just three ft hitting parts of the coast, and residents in some areas are being advised to find higher ground. U S Geological Survey Putting the strength of today's quake at magnitude 7.0. It was originally 7.2 again. Now it's seven point Oh, the shaking started around six p.m. in Tokyo. The quake was centered about 16 miles off the coast of Japan. At least one nuclear power plant in the region has been shut down just as a precaution. Authorities say there are no immediate reports of any damage or injuries will

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Magnitude 7.0 earthquake strikes off northern Japan

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Magnitude 7.0 earthquake strikes off northern Japan

"Rattled by a very strong earthquake shaking buildings in the capital Tokyo and causing a tsunami advisory for the country's northeast coast. The U. S Geological Survey putting the strength of today's quake and magnitude seven point, Oh, it was originally 7.2 again. It's now 7.0 in Tokyo. The shaking started around six PM and was centered about 16 miles off the coast of Japan. Officials say there are no immediate reports of damage will keep you posted as more information becomes available.

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Severe drought could make the Old Faithful geyser less faithful

Climate Connections

01:06 min | 3 months ago

Severe drought could make the Old Faithful geyser less faithful

"In yellowstone national park. Large crowds watching as old faithful erupts with a roar launching a spire of water about one hundred and fifty feet in the air. Old faithful erupts at regular intervals throughout the day. But it was not always so predictable. Fossilized wood found on old. Faithful's geyser mound suggest that the guys are once stopped erupting long enough for trees to grow their trees. Do not grow on active. Geyser amounts that her hurwitz of the united states geological survey. His team sent samples of the would for radiocarbon dating and found that all were from the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries so looking into it we found out that that was probably one of the driest periods in the region for last twelve hundred years. He says that as climate change causes more severe droughts. Something similar could happen again. There's a chance that some of the guys will change their frequency of europeans. And maybe even stop erupting depending on the availability of water. A complete shut off is not likely it would take many years continued. Drought but old faithful could erupt. Less frequently. eager tourist might have to wait longer to see the show.

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7.7 earthquake hits South Pacific Ocean

Morning Edition

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

7.7 earthquake hits South Pacific Ocean

"Powerful underwater earthquake in the Pacific Ocean east of Australia and north of New Zealand. U. S Geological Survey says its magnitude is 7.7. A tsunami watch has been posted for those countries and for American Samoa, Fiji and other Pacific Islands. Officials in Hawaii say it is too early to determine if those islands are threatened. On Wall Street, the

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Biden environmental challenge: Filling vacant scientist jobs

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Biden environmental challenge: Filling vacant scientist jobs

"Federal data shows the ranks of scientists to carry out environmental research enforcement and other jobs for the government fell sharply under former president trump government scientists say many veteran staffers retired quit or move to other agencies amid pressure from an administration they regarded as hostile to science and beholden to industry hundreds of scientists have left the environmental protection agency the U. S. Geological Survey and the U. S. department of agriculture hampering everything from enforcing rules against polluters to finishing vital climate research the drain poses a challenge for president Biden who must now rebuild a demoralized work force if he's to meet his promises to protect the environment tackle climate change and reduce pollution Ben Thomas Washington

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Lizards and snakes will feel global warmings effects

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 5 months ago

Lizards and snakes will feel global warmings effects

"Animals like polar bears make headlines because of the threats they face from climate change. But there's so many other animals and plants that are just overlooked or not considered by most of the public. I think reptiles one of groups. David pilat is an ecologist at the us geological survey in boise idaho. He says that because lizards and snakes are cold blooded animals. They're sensitive to temperature changes. His ongoing research suggests that as the climate warms. Their geographic ranges will likely shift. What we're finding is that there's a number of species that are going to be moving northward or moving up in elevation for example. A snake called the northern rubber boa which lives mostly in the northwestern u. s. as the climate warms. Its habitat in the. Us may shrink. It may be able to move farther into canada but whether the animal can get there is a whole 'nother thing because of roads and cities and other types of fragmentation or barriers says. It's important to predict where species survive in the future. So wildlife managers can prepare now and take steps to protect even the scaly slithery ones.

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After Decades-Long Push, It's Not Clear Who Will Bid In Arctic Refuge Oil Lease Sale

Environment: NPR

03:25 min | 5 months ago

After Decades-Long Push, It's Not Clear Who Will Bid In Arctic Refuge Oil Lease Sale

"The trump administration has fewer than three weeks to go and is working to lock in oil drilling in the arctic. National wildlife refuge. It's holding an oil lease sale next week. Deacon handling of alaska's energy desk reports it's unclear. how much oil is under the refuge. Supporters of drilling in the arctic refugees coastal plain often point to its oil potential as a reason to develop the remote stretch of land president. Donald trump has described it as the gravesites of energy in the world. But while geologists say the rock formations oil seeps and old seismic results seem promising. The data available is still limited. We don't know very much about this area. David house neck is senior. Research geologist at the us geological survey and he helped with the agencies last assessment of oil potential and alaska's coastal plain back in the late nineteen ninety s. The usgs calculated anywhere from about four to twelve billion barrels of recoverable. Oil house. next says that's a whole of oil but also a huge range in part because it's based on seismic data from the nineteen eighty s. Technology has come a long way since then going into a lease sale in the coastal plain with the only data being thirty five year old. Two d data is quite unusual house. Neck says what's also missing from the usgs assessment is any data from actual wells in the refuge. There's been just one exploratory. Well drilled in the coastal plain also back in the eighty s on alaska native land but the results of that test well are a closely guarded secret confidentiality agreement and never an end date on it. Mark myers geologist and former commissioner of the alaska department of natural resources is one of the few people who have seen the results from the test. Well outside of the big oil companies that paid for it. So i can't comment on in terms of what i saw even though it was a lot of new york times. Investigation based on legal documents suggested the results were not promising but the amount of oil is just one factor companies will consider when deciding whether to bid in the alaska sale. Another is the money. Myer says it's already more expensive to drill in the arctic compared to say texas on top of that oil prices are still low after an oil price war and the coronavirus pandemic hit the industry. Hard low prices have fallen down to a level that we larry little capital for exploration in these companies. So that's one of the biggest negatives. There's also the controversy says weena gun. An analyst with the energy research firm would mackenzie. The refuge is home to migrating. Caribou polar bears and other wildlife and that has prompted multiple lawsuits to block drilling there. Some big banks site climate change and say they won't fund oil projects in the arctic. An amount of i guess public opinion the it wouldn't necessarily be good p for them to be seen as ruling and the article drilling and environmentally sensitive areas. But perhaps the biggest uncertainty of all is the changing administration. President elect joe biden says he opposes drilling in alaska's refuge although if leases are finalized before he takes office. It's not clear how he would stop it for npr news. I'm teagan hanlin in

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A 3.6 magnitude earthquake jolts New England

All Things Considered

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

A 3.6 magnitude earthquake jolts New England

"To hit southern New England and decades rattled homes and nerves this morning, but it didn't cause significant damage. The U. S Geological surveys National Earthquake Information Center says the 3.6 magnitude earthquake was centered off the coast of New Bedford, Massachusetts in Buzzard's Bay and was felt away far felt as far away as Connecticut and Long Island. It was the strongest earthquake in the area since a magnitude 3.5 tremor struck in 1976.

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Earthquake shakes up southern New England

Ric Edelman

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Earthquake shakes up southern New England

"It's 11 01 on earthquake this morning, rattling southern New England shortly after 9 A.m. w busies Sherry Small has more details quick with a preliminary magnitude of 4.0 struck southern New England centered about six miles off the coast of New Bedford in Buzzard's Bay, People reported feeling the shaking as far north of central New Hampshire and into Vermont. There were also reports a bit farther west in Springfield in Hartford, Connecticut. A lot of shaking felt along the South Shore, Cape and Rhode Island geophysicist John Blakeman with the U. S. Geological surveys. National Earthquake Center says a quake that large is unusual here in New England most anywhere in the Northeast. You get small quakes to 2.5 that sort of thing, but it's not very often we get for it like this quite like this might knock. Something's off of shelves that is not large enough to expect

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Turkish rescuers pull girl out alive from the rubble 4 days after strong earthquake

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Turkish rescuers pull girl out alive from the rubble 4 days after strong earthquake

"The death toll from Friday's earthquake that hit the western Turkish city of Izmir is rising. Officials now say at least 98 people were killed in the city. Two teenagers also died on the Greek island of Samos. Associated Press is reporting. The Turkish rescuers have pulled a young girl out alive from the rubble of a collapsed apartment building four days after the quake struck. The U. S Geological Survey put the quakes magnitude

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"geological survey" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"geological survey" Discussed on WTOP

"U. S. Geological Survey says a magnitude six point five earthquake struck north of Boise Idaho center near the rural mountain town of Standley in the Deep South severe storms with apparent tornadoes caused major damage dozens of homes were destroyed but only one minor injuries reported so far Nate Hanson is a high school senior and you follow Alabama I know everybody I know they they live here and there and and I've gone over some of these people just say it all gone in thirty seconds this crisis on Wall Street today the Dow dropped four hundred and ten points nasdaq was off seventy four this is CBS news never miss a moment top news from W. T. O. P. twenty four seven three sixty five listen on air on Alexa and on the W. T. O. P. app nine March thirty first we've got four degrees thirties overnight the study on Wednesday highs of fifty customize your car insurance top news one oh three point five FM and W. T. O. P. dot com here is Kyle Cooper good evening everyone the latest for you now about the corona virus outbreak in our area stay at home orders are now in effect in Maryland and Virginia and DC the stay at home order takes effect just after midnight tonight specifically twelve oh one AM on Wednesday April first for the latest on that now we turn to WTOP's Meghan clarity DC mayor Muriel Bowser says unless the travel is essential to get medical care get supplies or perform essential.

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"geological survey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"geological survey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The reporting app delayed the release of the results from more than sixteen hundred caucus sites there's been another earthquake in port a Rico the U. S. Geological Survey says a five point oh quake struck the island southwestern coast this morning no word yet on damage or injuries a public memorial service has been set for three victims of the helicopter crash in which basketball star Kobe Bryant died the service for orange coach college baseball coach John off the belly and his wife and daughter will be next Monday at angel stadium in Anaheim a public service for Bryant and his daughter has not yet been announced you're never more than fifty minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station KTAR news slash GTA are news on ninety two three FM get some perspective Bruce in jeans and family he's I know when I I've seen the numbers of the statistics Pamela that Phoenix and we were in for a variety of reasons is a uniquely dangerous the city to be a pedestrian yeah when you're walking around the city of Phoenix it you can be taking your life into your own hands or seen a dramatic increase in the amount of of pedestrians who died just walking around in two thousand eight to two thousand seventeen the number of those deaths Bruce have gone up thirty five percent yeah I mean there's a live look again I I I've heard different reasons for it some of the makes sense some of them seem like guesstimates but there's no denying the numbers they are what they are we had some tragic examples this week already again of of of pedestrians losing the lice people once I walk people crossing the street but what kind of specifically because this is one of the reasons I've heard is that while we have distracted drivers who may not notice that pedestrian because they're playing with the phone Pamela you also have distracted pedestrians not paying attention with cars because you're playing with the phone yeah I think that that's a it's a big aspect it's just one but it but it is a big aspect if you've ever been in a mall okay and the person in front of you is texting on their phones don't give me slow walkers hello it down in your life is malfunction slow walkers to the right your pass on let's go do you not know the rules of the mall okay so if you're experiencing that at the mall or on a sidewalk somewhere the person you know they're they're engaged in what they're doing they're not paying attention on them so while you know when I go jogging and and I have music on I usually have like one year but in in one of your **** out because it can be dangerous to just go running in you know on the right leg would just really getting your ears yeah so I try to be aware but what we're finding out is texting can actually be more dangerous for you if you're out walking around the listening to music or even talking on the phone yeah and I think it's it's because it requires you to use a variety of your senses do you know what I'm saying the more of your senses you have to use the less you're aware so you've got to use your brain your figure we are texting using our eyes obviously your you use your hands get your I'm sorry like the only thing it's not is it you're not smelling the text but I think what the important distinction between all of these though is when when you're texting were you doing you're looking down looking at a screen as when you're listening to music your head can be up you can still have when you're talking on the phone your head can be up not everyone you know does that but but it can be done like I can type without looking using I'm out fly only can I worked I don't work for yeah I can't do that on the phone yeah we we can do that on the phone like just can't figure out weekly to so you have to look at it in and that's where the problems began yeah well and and again the sad part is that we are seeing that pedestrian because I think what I think is what I think is happening is the the intersection and I'm not gonna be careful of the words when you have a distracted driver and a destructive pedestrian you have a recipe for a tragic in one of the two is paying attention you get a chance you get a chance I think you have a better mom my gosh on if both of them aren't paying attention good luck but what I find interesting as well is we talk so much about all of the safety mechanisms that are being put into cars right a lot of times when we talk about that lane departure or even making something's in front of like you run in front yeah and and I have a rental car over the weekend what were you about to hit I don't know but it was like it was kept telling me my forward sensor and I'm like well it anyway and a lot of times I I have thought about that as you know it helps with the distracted driver right if you're playing with your phone try to get Pandora switching this than the other or texting blah blah blah and you're moving around what you shouldn't be doing it's going to to protect you in our help protect you and help protect the people around you what I had never thought is the driver who is paying attention hands attending to look around at the pedestrian that walks out not paying attention Ms off the curb in front of me because they've got their their face in the phone and how it helps to protect them as well I thought this was was an interesting note fewer people have died on American roads in in twenty eighteen that's a good thing okay it lesson twenty eighteen then was on twenty seventeen okay but in that number what you're what you're not realizing is the huge rise in the number of pedestrians who were killed by a rival right dot has gone up in recent years it's distracted driving it's distracted walking yeah distracted pedestrians in and so you really do because because I would tell you that I try to be aware and when I'm on city streets I'm really like it intersections so I'm.

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"geological survey" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"geological survey" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"U. S. Geological Survey is reporting a five point oh magnitude earthquake near the southern coast of Porter Rico overnight good news is no reports of any serious injuries or damage after warming to twenty nineteen the cool down in twenty twenty is underway this weekend a cold front is knocking on south Florida's doors bringing with it potentially some of the coldest temperatures of the season I think we're gonna see Loews's Sunday morning in the fifties with a daytime highs well get out the heavy jackets upper sixties perhaps weather channel meteorologist mark Thibodeau says some inland areas could slip to fifty but the dipping degrees as brief with temperatures back well into the seventies by Tuesday into but doesn't foresee another real cold shot in the near future aircraft Regus newsradio six ten WYO D. nine oh five more than two hundred members of Congress want the nation's highest court to take another look at roe versus Wade the landmark Supreme Court decision more than four decades ago legalized abortion nationwide senders and representatives signed an amicus brief asking the justices to reconsider or even overruled the decision a new food labels are making it clear just how many calories were ingesting the FDA's new rules of two side by side columns kicked in on Wednesday the first column includes nutritional facts in a single serving while the second shows info for the entire package companies that sell less than ten million dollars in food a year have until next year to make those changes that is mark Mayfield road porting and the first door in the year in the eastern U. S. is producing a lot more rain and snow or ice storms already setting off flash floods in parts of the south including Jackson Mississippi were more than four inches of rain flooded streets and stranded vehicles overnight heavy rains are gonna soak much of the south and east today all the way to upstate New York in central New England colder air tonight's generating some snow from the upper Mississippi valley into the southern Great Lakes and the Ohio valley forties at nine thirty nine oh six I'm Natalie Rodriguez ma'am all right now we'll take a closer look at exactly who this casa muscle Imani wise and what we can expect from the Iranians now that the United States and a presidentially approved drone strike is killed him during our next segment as were joined by a counterterrorism expert from formally from the department of homeland security plus for three minutes away from next life check on traffic and a big change in our weather for L. weekend we've got that forecast the moments on news radio six ten W. Y. O. D. download the app refresh your brain with the latest traffic and before you go W. I. now more than ever as we kick off a new year don't waste your time going to a traditional bank if you're ready for a loan and you want to get that loan done there's only one call you need to make that's to my friend Michael Kansi a choice mortgage desperate because Michael Kansi doesn't play around he just gets loans don and right now he has fixed mortgage interest rates under four percent think about it what did you.

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"geological survey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"geological survey" Discussed on KOMO

"The U. S. Geological Survey says no tsunami is expected for that quake which out about a hundred fifty miles off shore at a depth of about five point four miles under water there are no reports of damage or injuries human remains found yesterday at a construction site near lakes taps Pierce county detectives think foul play may be involved they're investigating the death as a homicide we have a lot of work to do our front of us because at this point all we know is we have some phones that we ever cover their human we don't know the age we don't know the gender we don't know who it is or where they're from detective it Troyer says workers were in the process of tearing down a house and clearing a vacant lot on a night street when they found a container in the bushes with human bones inside choices the property's been abandoned for several years and it appears remains have been there for quite some time despite newly passed restrictions on guns in Washington state there are thousands of people waiting in line to get a license to carry a concealed pistol Snohomish county now allows online application for a license to carry a concealed firearm to home is county one of the first to allow people to apply online for a new or renewed concealed pistol license prior to that anyone wanting to carry concealed had to make the trek to the courthouse and wait forty five minutes or more to see someone in person Marge Tory with black guns matter spoke at a Washington state libertarian panel discussion on guns a few months back suggesting the more law abiding concealed Kerry citizens out there the safer we are as licenses to carry have gone up violent crime over the last decade has gone down also Snohomish county applicants now get an email or text message with the license is available after a background check is done and then you still need to stop by to verify your ID and get your.

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"geological survey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"geological survey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They want the glory but the few that return come back with all the stories they did not find a city of coal they found giant snakes could swallow a man whole according to these legends right they found spiders as big as their hands again that eight birds trees that blotted out the sun every kind of mosquito biting flyin anything of the leaves you drained of blood powerful shamans with crazy spells it would drive men mad in one of the details in this legend that I heard was of a river that boiled and that is really where this entire story starts because in the funny way that we grew up to leave the stories of our childhood Andres grew up to become a geo thermal engineer his job is to find hot spots in the earth twelve years past from the moment when I heard when I first heard the story of by TT in the river that boiled working with colleagues at the equivalent of the proving Geological Survey imagine a stereotypical lab they were maps there were some dusty rocks around one of my colleagues was there and he was like a you know we're gonna be publishing this map a geothermal features of hot springs funerals etcetera from across Peru and he called me over to his computer he said like look check it out this is what it looks like and there were a couple hot springs there somewhere really hot but everything was everything was small Encina math all I will give this memory.

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"geological survey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"geological survey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Want the glory but the few that return come back with all the stories they did not find a city of coal they found giant snakes could swallow a man whole according to these legends right they found spiders as big as their hands again that eight birds trees that blotted out the sun every kind of mosquito biting flyin anything of the levy drained of blood powerful shamans with crazy spells it would drive men mad and one of the details in this legend that I heard was of a river the boil that is really where this entire story starts because in the funny way that we grow up to leave the stories of our childhood Andres grew up to become a geo thermal engineer his job is to find hot spots in the earth twelve years past from the moment when I heard when I first heard the story of by TT in the river that boiled working with colleagues at the equivalent of the proving Geological Survey imagine a stereotypical lab they were maps there were some dusty rocks around one of my colleagues was there and he was like Hey you know we're gonna be publishing this map a geothermal features of hot springs funerals etcetera from across Peru and he called me over to his computer he said like little check it out this is what it looks like and there were a couple hot springs there somewhere really hot but everything was everything was small and seeing a math all I will.

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"geological survey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"geological survey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Deep in the jungle and the strings go off they're overjoyed they want this gold they want the glory but the few that return come back with all the stories they did not find a city of coal they found giant snakes could swallow a man whole according to these legends right they found spiders as big as their hands again that eight birds trees that blotted out the sun every kind of mosquito biting flyin anything of the leaves you drained of blood powerful shamans with crazy spells it would drive men mad in one of the details in this legend that I heard was of a river that boiled and that is really where this entire story starts because in the funny way that we grew up to leave the stories of our childhood Andres grew up to become a geo thermal engineer his job is to find hot spots in the earth twelve years past from the moment when I heard when I first heard the story of by TT in the river that boiled working with colleagues at the equivalent of the proving Geological Survey imagine a stereotypical lab they were maps there were some dusty rocks around one of my colleagues was there and he was like Hey you know we're gonna be publishing this map the geothermal features of hot springs funerals etcetera from across Peru and he called me over to his computer he said like look check it out this is what it looks like and there were a couple hot springs there some were really hot but everything was everything was small Encina maff all I will give this memory this.

Andres engineer Geological Survey Peru twelve years
"geological survey" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"geological survey" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Cyberattack, launched by the United States Ronnie, and weapon systems on Thursday and hopes of crippling, the country's missile and rocket launchers Joseph Siani, president of the ploughshares fund nuclear policy, and national security expert tells ABC news, the US has been holding back on cyber warfare for a while. Now. Shown a great deal of train eating while Wrexham attacking us North Korea attacks. Tony put ample hackers attacking cities. We've been fairly restrained on Trump or Bolton lifting restraints Washington Post reports the cyber attack had been in the works for weeks. One of the candidates open to secure the democratic party's presidential nomination next year may appear Buddha. Judge telling attendees at a town hall of north Augusta that he has concerns over the way, the White House has been handling rising tensions with Iran. Also noting that security national security adviser, John Bolton help launch the US invasion of Iraq person running the situation for this president is one of the people who got us into Iraq, a president who pretends he was against the Iraq war all along. Even though we know that's untrue food, adjudge campaigning in South Carolina. Saturday, nine twenty other democratic presidential hopefuls joined Buddha. Judge at the South Carolina Democratic Party convention. Former Texas congressman battle Arora said as president he is not only would expand abortion rights, who would make. The case for them to it's about access to a free to a safe legal abortion, but it's also access to a cervical cancer screening to family planning help. And in a state like mine like yours at failed to expand Medicaid. It's access to a provider at all Aurora convention in South Carolina. A moderate five point six magnitude earthquake struck along the northern California coast of Humboldt county about three miles south of Petrolia, late Saturday, US Geological Survey, geophysicist, Randy Baldwin, says there may be some aftershocks that occur there in the next few days or so this is ABC news. There's nothing I heart media, the country's largest multimedia. Marketing company is looking for our next sale superstar, if you live and breathe creating branding.

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"geological survey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"geological survey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Geological Survey says a magnitude three point five temblor struck shortly after six A AM just north of Piedmont that's a north west of Oakland. The same area was rocked by three point four quake yesterday morning. No damage or injuries have been reported as southern California's slog through the heavy rains, many are recalling one of the country's worst natural disasters. It's struck twenty five years ago today. January seventeenth nineteen Ninety-four. The Northridge earthquake rocked a sleeping, Los Angeles. Everything we have nothing left over eighty thousand homes damaged or destroyed more than nine thousand people hurt. A fish tank, and as many as seventy two deaths blamed on the six point seven magnitude quake, which started fires that burnt whole neighborhoods. More than twenty billion dollars in damage, but experts say that'll be nothing compared to the big one a massive quake on a different fault. That's long overdue here. Jason nathanson. ABC news, Los Angeles. And along with the rain and the earthquakes teachers in Los Angeles continue to walk the picket lines in the nation's second biggest school district or shine. We walked the lie. Talks are set to take place later this afternoon between the teachers union and management. Alex Caputo parole is president of United teachers of LA we're gonna push to do as much as we can over the weekend. This may well go into next week. If it goes into next week, I need you to keep this in your mind. We have to last one day longer than Austin buehner. The last one day longer L unified school district says it just doesn't have the money for many of the proposed changes saying they'll go bankrupt. And while they walked the picket line, the striking teachers are being fed with tacos, a gofundme campaign is now raised thirty two thousand dollars for a drive dubbed by tacos for teachers. So they're well fed anyway, and from tacos to another fast food, the EU has dealt a blow to a crown jewel at Mickey D's the European Union intellectual property office, citing with a small Irish burger brand called supermax invalidating McDonald's European trademark on Big Mac supermax argued that McDonald's had not been genuinely using the European trademark and the intellectual property office said McDonald's failed to prove it had been using it. The decision opens up Big Mac to be used by any company in Europe. The story may not be over though as macdonalds may appeal the decision, Mark Remillard, ABC news. Facebook insist is not. Using a viral mean called the ten year challenge to improve its facial recognition software tech author Kato. Neal says her look isn't the only thing that's evolved over the last decade ten years ago. I might have actually participated in the medium. And now, I'm looking at it. With more skepticism that it could actually it's a data set that could be used to train facial recognition and artificial intelligence. So what is the challenge making the rounds on the social media site users post side by side photos of themselves from a decade ago and today, and again, she's concerned along with others that Facebook might be using that information improperly. All right coming up to three twenty. We've got another check of your ride and the storm a little baby storm tomorrow big storm this weekend. And that's in just a moment. Also, Tom Cuddy standing by with sports in a few.

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"geological survey" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"geological survey" Discussed on AP News

"Cheers and earthquake in Tennessee shook people awake early Wednesday morning US. Geological Survey, geophysicist, Robert Sanders, says the four point four magnitude quake originated about seven miles northeast of Decatur had no reports of any damage or injuries coming from this event because it's not unusual to feel smaller earthquakes in the area. But nothing this powerful only detected one other main to four point our greater and about a dozen of a magnitude three point five or greater. So of this size is a very uncommon event. And Sanders says while it wasn't the devastating event in the eastern United States. It's a big deal the eastern United States. This would be a relatively significantly sized magnitude earthquake being that they do not get many of the main should for greater events. He says the quake was felt as far away as Atlanta. And there have been many aftershocks, which are not unusual. The Tennessee valley authority says the nuclear plant in the area didn't appear to be affected and continues to operate safely. British Prime Minister Theresa May's facing a no confidence vote from her party. Throwing Britain's already rocky path out of the EU into further chaos. She's vowing to fight for the leadership of her party and the country after opponents finally got the numbers needed to spark a vote among conservative party lawmakers. Pro Brexit, lawmakers within the party grew increasingly frustrated with maize conduct of Brexit, and the divorce deals she's agreed to with the European Union. Germany's government says it's stepped up controls and the country's border with France following Tuesday night's deadly attack in Strasbourg, but sees no change to the threat level in Germany, the interior ministry spokeswoman says there's no reason to stay away from Christmas markets in Germany, China's foreign ministry's did I knowledge about the detention of a former Canadian diplomat taken into custody, Monday night foreign ministry spokesman Luke hang says the organization he was working for is not registered in China. So any of its work in the country would be illegal. Starlet Marilyn Monroe's been dead for more than fifty years. But her legacy is still pulling in big money. These sensually Maryland auction of Monroe memorabilia earned more than one point six million dollars Tuesday in Los Angeles. That includes one hundred twenty grand paid for a touring version of the actresses famous white dress from the seven year itch the dresses a version of the one feature during the infamous subway. Great theme that designer Bill trivial made for her to use them tours, and Dan exhibits. Another item of note includes a photograph Monroe signed to Twentieth Century, Fox, executive Ben Lyon. That says you found me named me and believed in me, it's sold for forty five thousand dollars. Colwyn sentence. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute. President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen was sentenced in New York to three years in prison. The AP's Tom Hayes reports Cohen was hoping for a lighter sentence to Cohen's defense. Attorney guy Patillo disputed the.

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"geological survey" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"geological survey" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The coconut layer olive oil as well i didn't think about china well i am a bevy of information when it comes to eating healthy you know how i am i'm like miss green you know we're gonna have some stories in this hour of the program to that myself gays and julie will be reading but also to there's a lot of stories that we don't get to read on the show that are on our website at talking pets it's talkin pets dot com so if you gotta talk and petscom you'll see some of the other stories that haven't made it on the air but still you know one thing i thought it was interesting but everything that we for the last two weeks we've had live from hawaii we've had the red cross on with us talking about everything that's going on there and there's a lot more keno even worse things happening but in fact there are a total of one hundred sixty nine that are possibly active within this country according to the us geological survey of volcanoes and out of those about fifty year ranked high priority or highest priority to watch across six states now outside of hawaii america's most dangerous volcanoes are all part of what's known as the ring of fire row of four hundred and fifty all keno spread across several continents that sit on tectonic plates you know the interesting thing is to they always say in yellowstone national park if that blows on that volcano goes we all go that is the most threatening but out of the top ten volcanoes out there that are most killilea hawaii which is the one that's right out there now mount saint helens washington mount rainier in washington mount hood in oregon mount shasta in california south sister in oregon lacing volcanic center in california a liuhua hawaii we readout alaska in crater lake oregon those are the ones that they say are.

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"geological survey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"geological survey" Discussed on KOMO

"Ten forty four jay phillips komo news steve pool with the forecast hello everybody well i hope you're having a great evening not too bad out there temperatures are down just a little bit but that's because you know it takes a while for those clouds burn off and we still get some sunshine should be fairly pleasant for you so here's what's going to be happening your overnight low temperatures are going to be somewhere around the low fifty s and tomorrow afternoon we're talking about the mid to upper sixties for most folks once again we'll have the morning clouds will melt that away and go right back to the sunshine so that patterns going to stay with us here probably leaning into the weekend this is very very very very similar to what happens this time of year every a year they have it in the komo weather center i'm steve pool fifty seven degrees right now fishers spewing lava from the erupting kill away of all keno in hawaii continue to threaten homes but geologists here say there's no need to panic in washington state even with our five active volcanoes liz westby with the us geological survey says kilwa and the cascades are not connected the intra plate hot spot and then the cascades are on the ring of fire and so they are not connected to each other but she says she keeps hearing the same question happen here and the answer is no it's not going to happen here are two different tectonic regime and so we the different situations going on he says well of all keno like mount saint helen's or moderator could erupt it would look completely different than what's happening in hawaii lots of questions few answers the skies with a new study showing more not less of a key chemical that eats away at the protective ozone layer are getting into the earth's atmosphere komo's bill o'neil explained we're not less despite many countries phasing out the use of ozonedepleting chloroflourocarbons noah steve montzka is the study's lead author production it is gas was phased out about a decade ago so we expected that its decline rate would have increased rather than slowed down monica says the answer may lie in part in the.

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"geological survey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"geological survey" Discussed on KOMO

"Us geological survey is working to get a better monitor on their activities he don't want to wait until the volcano becomes restless and dangerous before you start sending people out with instruments starting next year there will be increased monitoring of glacier peak which is one of the most active volcanoes here in washington state last year the seattle times reveal one a former seattle mayor and murray's alleged victims was found credible by police back in the nineteen eighties but prosecutors declined to file charges komo's charlie harger tells us that accuser jeff simpson is now suing murray and the city of seattle murray strongly denied the accusations back when he was mayor even when he resigned mayor murray claimed the accusations were lies and part of a smear campaign by a farright antigay organization simpson says that's defamation and now he's suing murray and the city because murray made those claims about his motivations while he was serving in an official capacity and city council members spoke in support of the mayor the city spent one hundred fifty thousand dollars settling a similar lawsuit with another alleged victim late last year murray's attorney calls his new lawsuit baseless in claimed simpson is trying to extort him charlie harger komo news so the washington state patrol is ready for what is now officially cinco two mile and we'll be keeping a close close eye on the roads to extra patrols will be watching the highways for drunk drivers as patrols urging drivers to plan ahead so you don't end up in this mobile patrol unit the bus will be in a central locations or troopers can drop off any impaired drivers or processing and returned back to patrols even faster that's komo's morgan ski there the nurse accused of infecting your patients with hepatitis by using dirty needles now behind bars chief scott angle with.

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"geological survey" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"geological survey" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Us geological survey put the quake's preliminary magnitude at seven five at the epicenter was just two kilometers southeast of pino tampa in osaka uh in osaka state it had a depth of forty three kilometers of magnitude seven one shook september 19th as you recall it was a horrible at left two hundred and twenty eight people dead i was looking at the geological survey done today and they've seen about nine or ten earthquakes there were all smaller threepoint aides 39 under the surface out in the ocean and then this one came in and at erupted as a seven five preliminary seven five but let me say a seven a seven is bad and sometimes change some twelve young reported seven five billion adjusted nuggets bigger a good speech moeller right it takes awhile some times to figure out just exactly how big it was now i will say this they're saying that buildings were shaking in south central mexico we have not received any reports in any buildings came down so that might be very preliminary news but at least good news member the video the last lasted he on september at a mexico was brutal arriving in egypt the building come down so yes we will definitely keep you updated absolutely so one of the stories that we've been talking about concerns that teachers slash councilman in pico rivera who decided to go off on the troops he said that the troops weren't the smartest people among us he directed his attack specifically at two students who were in the classroom wearing marines shirts her sweat shirts and one of the students were recorded the video that video went viral at was all over the.

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"geological survey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"geological survey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It shook my entire how i fire a large piece of furniture founded about maybe were getting like a weird thunderstorm mcgahn when i saw a really bright flash of light that went for the sky not last voice charlene greenglass mom of our producers sam we also heard kelsea wilcox and rachel risen ski people freaked out around the state they called 911 they called local tv station her in even velvet this the us geological survey soon confirmed it was a meteor nasa says it was moving at twenty eight thousand miles per hour w x y z meteorologist kevin genes was on duty when the reports started coming in and he jumped into teaching mode about falling chunks of matter from outer space the friction in the earth's atmosphere he'd up you see the bright glow the bright light in the flashes it kind of burns up in and falls apart and then this sound ucs after the sonic booms so is travelling faster than the speed of sound just have quinn was making a jimmy johns delivery when it happened it lit up my whole crowd and my truck out who shook i heard what how and what could have e even though meteors are that rare people are still really into it i caught up iraq hour that's rocking on mariah defeat at she loves geology the fact once in a lifetime they you don't ever get a direct pay in your backyard so she's been out today heavy duty magnet in hand to see if she can signed a piece of that meteorites i am walking through a wide open the oath i'm just basically going up and down and brutal will trying to scour every foot that rises if she happens to find some things he will give it to scientists with one request said she gets to keep a little peace you're listening to all things considered from npr news just seven days after his inauguration president trump ordered the pentagon to conduct.

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"geological survey" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"geological survey" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On christmas day wgn david jennings has the details the fire raged through twostorey apartment building our own six thirty this morning of the ten four hundred block of absolves state street in the fernwood neighborhood vertebra arben says it was not down at about an hour one burr's and take it arose land community hospital in good condition two other people declined medical attention the gaza that fire under investigation david jennings wgn news no injuries have been reported where passengers aboard a japanese flight experienced a rough landing monday night after their plane slid off the tarmac while landing at boston's logan international airport jetblue flight fifty arriving from savannah georgia landed shortly after seven fifteen just as temperatures dropped at the tail end of a heavy snowstorm abc station w cvb spoke with passengers as they got off the plane jerry hawkins then says things happen pretty quickly all of a sudden were sort of slaughtering in the reserves swimming and spitting and spreading never upper slovak regulators and scientists say the number of 3point oh magnitude of strong earthquakes in oklahoma declined from six hundred twenty four in 2016 down to two hundred ninety four by middecember of 2017 the oklahoma geological survey has said the number began declining and made 2015 after the state corporation commission began directing oil and gas producers to close some wells and reduce the injection volumes and others the quakes have been linked to the underground injection of waste water from their operations karn ably superg led the midnight mass at holy name cathedral part of his message we should think twice about the things we take into account when defining ourselves and those around us the future of us has our own mirror drew our own story that is much bigger than all these things and surely is more complex than how others might try to define us soup it says we missile alah by limiting our selfimage or how we see others to.

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"geological survey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"geological survey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is the story about a dimap dramatic event it's also a story about a science in a in a great leap in our understanding of earthquakes in other things about how the earth moves and changes the guy the heart of the story is a geologist named george plaster was he an earthquake expert no far from it george plef girl was a us geological survey geologist at the time he had a bachelor science and geology he didn't really know anything about our quakes what he did know is he knew alaska he worked for the alaska branch of the geological survey and so he would basically go out he and a partner would put get dropped off in the bush plan somewhere in that go around and they'd look for rock rock outcroppings and note the rocks read the rocks essentially with the rock hammer and a compass and a hand level and the goal was simply ah as a lot of the of geological surveys so work was was to figure out what mineral resources there were and alaska this was again of the young state so at the time of the quake march twenty seven thousand sixty four the geological survey decided immediately in a we have to find out what happened with this quick and this is like huge even the hadn't they didn't know the specifics but they knew this was an enormous earthquake but they didn't really have any seismologists on staff what they did have was the head george and a couple of other alaska branch people who were comfortable and uh quite able to get around alaska new people knew how to survive in the country they weren't afraid of bears they could be out on their own for a week or two without without any kinda worry so they sent george anna two other geologists arthur grants and ribbon catch ivorian to anchorage the day after the quake this is also a story about the science of earthquakes in our understanding of what was happening and i would have you just sorta summarize what the scientific thinking was in the 1960s about what what kind of movements there were in the europe that caused earthquakes and other other fun on what was the debate will there were two basic ways of thinking about this uh of the how the structure the.

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